Marking a Coupon
Coupons enable you to choose your own number selections, rather than letting the lottery terminal randomly select them for you as an Easi-Pick or Maxi-Pick.
A Powerball coupon allows you to make selections for up to 12 games, as well as the following play options:
Top Up Selection and Top Up Powerball
Allows you to select some of your own numbers and the terminal to randomly select the remainder of the numbers required in one game panel.
Top Up Games
Allows you to select some games with your own numbers and the terminal to randomly select the numbers for the remaining games, up to either 12, 25 or 36 games.
System entries allow you to select more or less than the required numbers (up to 20) in a game for the chance to win multiple prizes. Refer to the dedicated 'How to Play Systems' brochure for detailed information on System entries.
Allows you to select up to 36 games in Super 66 to accompany your Powerball entry.
This option allows you to play your selected numbers as a multi-week entry up to a maximum of 26 weeks. One ticket will be generated for all nominated draws.
A Power20 entry gives you all 20 Powerball numbers along with your selection of six numbers. Simply select six numbers in the top section of each panel, leaving the Powerball section unmarked, and mark the Power20 box.
Coupons can be reused if kept in good condition, free of creases or folds. Correctly marked coupons have a vertical line (I) or a cross (X) through the appropriate boxes or circles using a pencil or dark blue pen. Red or green pens should not be used.